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Published: Friday, 2/22/2002

Bond issues, levies meet ballot deadline

For the third time in a little more than two years, Lucas County voters will be asked to approve a tax increase for the Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services Board.

County commissioners voted yesterday to put a 0.5-mill, 5-year levy for the agency on the May 7 ballot. Yesterday was the deadline to file with the board of elections to place candidates and issues on the primary ballot.

Jay Salvage, the agency's director, told commissioners the

Other ballot measures include:

LUCAS COUNTY

Holland village: Measure to allow the village to purchase natural gas for residents in bulk.

Providence Township: 5-mill, 5-year additional levy for fire and emergency medical services.

WOOD COUNTY

Bloom Township: 0.4-mill, 5-year additional levy for fire protection.

Bowling Green schools: 0.5 percent, 5-year income tax renewal for current expenses. (Part of the district is in Henry County.)

Grand Rapids Township: 1-mill, 4-year renewal levy for improvements to town hall.

Haskins village: 3-mill, 5-year additional levy for police protection.

Lake Township: 3.75-mill, permanent additional levy for police protection.

Montgomery Township: 1-mill, 3-year renewal levy for road improvements.

Northwest Wood ambulance district: 5-mill, 3-year replacement levy for emergency medical services.

Northwood schools: 4.9-mill, permanent additional levy for current expenses.

Otsego schools: 1 percent, permanent additional income tax for current expenses. (Part of the district is in Lucas and Henry counties.)

Perrysburg schools: 6.9-mill, 2-year additional levy for emergency expenses.

Rossford schools: 7.9-mill, 5-year additional levy for current expenses.

Rossford schools: 7.9-mill, 5-year replacement levy for current expenses.

FULTON COUNTY

Amboy Township: 1-mill, 5-year renewal levy for fire protection.

Chesterfield Township: 0.7-mill, 5-year renewal levy for fire protection.

Clinton Township: 0.4 mill, 5-year replacement levy for Wauseon Union Cemetery maintenance and operations. (The township includes the city of Wauseon.)

Delta village: 0.5-mill, 5-year replacement levy for fire protection.

Delta village: A second 0.5-mill, 5-year replacement levy for fire protection.

Delta village: 0.5-mill, 5-year replacement levy for recreation.

Evergreen schools: 1.15-mill, 23-year, $2.2-million bond issue for elementary school construction and renovation of the old high school.

Gorham Fayette schools: 7-mill, 5-year additional levy for operating expenses.

Liberty Center schools: 1-mill, 20-year, $1.1 million bond issue for the district's spring sports complex. (Most of the district is in Henry County.)

Lyons village: 0.5-mill, 5-year replacement levy for parks and recreation.

Lyons village: 4.1-mill, 5-year replacement levy for operating expenses.

Mental Retardation & Developmental Disabilities Board: 2-mill, 5-year replacement levy for maintenance and operations.

Mental Retardation & Developmental Disabilities Board: 0.5-mill, 5-year additional levy for maintenance, operations, and renovations of facilities.

Metamora village: 2.6-mill, 5-year renewal levy for current expenses.

Swanton village: 0.5 percent, permanent additional income tax for capital improvements. (Part of the village is in Lucas County.)

OTTAWA COUNTY

Benton Carroll Salem schools: 3.9-mill, 2-year renewal levy for current operations expenses.

SANDUSKY COUNTY

Clyde-Green Springs schools: 1.5-mill, 5-year renewal levy for permanent improvements. (Part of the district is in Seneca County.)

Margaretta schools: 1.5-mill, 5-year renewal levy for permanent improvements. (Most of the school district is in Erie County.)

Sandusky County School of Hope: 2.2-mill additional continuing levy for maintenance and operations.

Sandusky County Senior Citizens Center: 0.1-mill, 5-year renewal and 0.1-mill, 5-year additional for providing and maintenance of senior services and facilities.

Woodmore schools: 5.4-mill, 5-year additional levy for emergency current expenses. (Part of the district is in Ottawa County.)



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